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2024 Bathroom Flooring Guide

In 2024, bathroom flooring options continue to evolve, offering a blend of style, durability, and functionality. Here's a comprehensive guide to the latest trends and materials:


  1. Porcelain and Ceramic Tiles: These remain popular due to their water resistance, durability, and versatility. In 2024, manufacturers are offering a wide range of designs, including textured finishes that mimic natural stone or wood.
  2. Luxury Vinyl Planks (LVP) and Luxury Vinyl Tiles (LVT): LVP and LVT have surged in popularity in recent years due to their affordability, ease of installation, and realistic appearance. Advances in technology have led to more convincing wood and stone visuals, making them a stylish option for bathrooms.
  3. Waterproof Laminate Flooring: Laminate flooring has traditionally been avoided in bathrooms due to its susceptibility to water damage. However, newer waterproof laminate options are now available, providing the look of hardwood with enhanced moisture resistance.
  4. Engineered Hardwood: Engineered hardwood flooring consists of layers of wood veneer glued together, providing greater stability and resistance to moisture compared to solid hardwood. With proper sealing and maintenance, engineered hardwood can be suitable for bathroom use, adding warmth and elegance to the space.
  5. Natural Stone: Classic options like marble, travertine, and slate continue to be favored for their timeless beauty and durability. However, natural stone requires regular sealing to prevent water damage and staining, making it a higher-maintenance choice.


When choosing bathroom flooring, consider factors such as water resistance, durability, maintenance requirements, comfort, and aesthetic appeal. Additionally, always follow manufacturer recommendations for installation and maintenance to ensure the longevity of your chosen flooring material.